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What causes#37 fuse to keep blowing on 2004 chrysler pacifica

#37 fuses keep blowing and car won't start. Engine turns over but won't start

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The fuse goes to the auto shutdown relay from there it goes to two powertrain control modules. Test the relay or replace or there is a short in the system

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Fuses pop because it is breaking the direct line of voltage that is being selected...anotherwords...instead of when you turn on your radio and the incorrect amount of voltage that is being sent to the radio frys it, the fuse breaks/pops to stop the flow of voltage to the radio.

The problem seems to either be a bad relay or wires are touching somewhere in that system.

Posted on Nov 20, 2011

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I am a mechanic,i had that same problem where my engine 20amp fuse were blowing....i fixed it...problem were a broken wire in the harnace on the side of the cylinder head....i made over $200 on that job...yahhh

Posted on Nov 08, 2012

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when a car does not start in park or stay in park that is your neutral safety switch on the transmission. the latch can be the lock actuator.

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Why does fuse # 25 keep blowing out on my Chrysler pacifica 2004


Fuses pop because it is breaking the direct line of voltage that is being selected...anotherwords...instead of when you turn on your radio and the incorrect amount of voltage that is being sent to the radio frys it, the fuse breaks/pops to stop the flow of voltage to the radio.

The problem seems to either be a bad relay or wires are touching somewhere in that system.

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